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Photo Hunt 2019 No. 52 – Favorite 2019 Travel Photo

Kathy (Trekcapri)

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This week’s Photo Hunt 2019 No. 52 – Favorite 2019 Travel Photo

It has been lovely to read everyone's most inspiring travel moments.

I traveled to Portugal and Spain in 2019. I couldn’t pick just one favorite travel photo, so I decided to create a collage with 9 of my favorite photos of that trip.

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I want to thank Pauline so much for allowing us to have a Photo Hunt here on Slow Europe for the past three years. Time sure has flown by so fast. It has been so much fun. Many thanks to all of you who participated by sharing your travel photos and memories. And many thanks to Joe for posting during my absences while I was away traveling and to all of you who took the time to like and post comments. Everyone’s photos were filled with such beauty, humor, culture, food, fine wine, colorful sunsets, amazing architecture and landscapes, interactions with locals and fellow travelers and so much more.

I want to wish everyone a very Happy, Safe and Healthy New Year filled with many more new travel moments to experience, capture and treasure.
 
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JMichael

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My favorite travel day of the year was a 1920s themed garden party at Highclere Castle that included champagne, cocktails, dancing to the Alex Mendham Orchestra and a tour of the castle with Lady and Lord Carnarvon. It truly felt as if we were guests at Downton Abbey.

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The Alex Mendham Orchestra
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Meredith with Lady Carnarvon
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joe

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Many thanks to Kathy for maintaining the Photo Hunt thread, a good way to see the world...
Thanks Pauline for keeping the site alive, and here's wishing all the forum a good twenty-twenty!
(Try and keep the travel footprint as low as possible...;))

Didn't get abroad this year, but no lack of places to hike through in my "backyard" here. One of my favorites in the region is the Kasui Dunes Reserve. One of the times I was there this year was after a rare rain, which left interesting shapes in what are usually dry and shifting sands.

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Kathy (Trekcapri)

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I was tempted but I honestly wasn't sure if I should continue into 2020. As Joe mentioned, Photo Hunt is such a fun way of sharing our treasured photos with others and for learning of beautiful and interesting places around the world to see as well as some unique ideas for future travel experiences. I personally made note of some interesting places.

JMichael the 1920's themed garden party is so cool. And Joe, the Kasui Dunes Reserves are amazing. What wonderful photos to greet the New Year with!
 

Mark

100+ Posts
Here are a few from our travels this year. La Roque Gageac from our porch, La Roque Gageac at night, , Crater Lake at Maroon Bells outside of Aspen, Sunset over Beynac and Rocamadour
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